Sunday 31 July

Our politics this last week has been even less of an edifying spectacle than usual, with (Boris Johnson is said to have connived at this weeks ago) the two Conservative Party leadership candidates fighting like ferrets in a sack, only equalled, it seems, by their supporters and some in Whitehall briefing madly against one orContinue reading “Sunday 31 July”

Sunday 26 July

With the COVID19 death toll now reaching 45,738 (which would have seemed unbelievable back in March) it’s been a busy news week, starting with the long-awaited publication of the Russia Report, described by some commentators as ‘damning’. Following the appointment of Dr Julian Lewis to the chairmanship of the Intelligence and Security Committee, the imminentContinue reading “Sunday 26 July”